Friday, August 25, 2006

Samsung X830 aka SPH-S4300

The Samsung x830 phone is a size of a chewing gum pack (85 x 29 x 20 mm) and is flick rotate and open (rotating screen) design. GSM connectivity allows to connect to any GSM network. It weighs 2.6 ounces only and sports an 128 x 220 pixels TFT screen.

It is not just a phone, like most of the phones today it supports all popular formats of music encoding, including the Ogg (Open source fans aka Linux users should be happy). The music is transferred using either USB 2.0 or a Bluetooth adapter. There is a 1GB space to save your music and ...

There is more (but less), it comes with a built-in 1.3-megapixel digital camera. A slimline keypad and a thumb wheel let you browse through your contacts or music collection. Go dial a song. It will be available in US in two months (October) and may be will be known as SPH-S4300 and I read about that at the gadget blog. Go check it out.

1 comment:

Ross said...

I heard a rumor that price point could be less than $100. WHAT?!? This baby is a stocking stuffer.